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One of Walt Disney’s directing animators liked Captain Hook because of his finesse and how he thought of himself as very refined and sophisticated.
Two members of the Peter Pan creative team disagreed about Hook, with one seeing him as a foppish dandy, who loved all the finery, while the other saw him as a mean character who used his hook menacingly, while Walt saw something fascinating in both approaches.
'Silver-Tongued Scoundrel,' a Numbered Limited Edition (NLE) of 500 was sculpted by Patrick Romandy-Simmons and plussed with bronze and pewter.
Special Notes: Captain Hook is in-scale to the other Peter Pan pieces (Peter and the Mermaids, etc.) Height a bit deceptive due to feather on his hat.
This piece does not have the Villains Series backstamp. Lady Tremaine is the 2012 villain. Captain Hook was previously a Villains Series release in the sculpture featuring him at the Piano with Tinker Bell.